A Wonder of the World: Oludeniz

A Wonder of the World: Oludeniz

A deep blue, wonderful sea… Covered with white sand. The light refracted by the water and the sand at the bottom gives Ölüdeniz its famous turquoise color. Oludeniz is a wonder of the world with its lush pine forests extending to the shores, the warm sea in which every shade of green, blue and purple can be seen, and its long beach.

Ölüdeniz is a town in the Fethiye district of Muğla province. It is 128 km to Muğla, 14 km to Fethiye, 75 km to Dalaman Airport. away. The region was declared a Nature Park in 1983 due to the extraordinary landscape beauties of the coast, its nature and being a region suitable for many activities. Also in 2006, Ölüdeniz was chosen as the most beautiful beach in the world. After Fethiye, which is a popular holiday center, Ölüdeniz comes in this environment. It is one of the indispensable tourist places in terms of tourism. Ölüdeniz is quite developed in terms of tourism. As the name suggests, it is a stagnant lake. While the shores of Belcekiz are struggling with waves in the coldest months, only flutters occur in Ölüdeniz.

In recent years, those parachuting on the summits of Babadağı, at an altitude of 1975 meters, in Ölüdeniz, encounter the most breathtaking scenery in the world. There are many touristic facilities, restaurants, shopping centers and cafeterias in this unique bay, which offers the opportunity to swim ten months of the year.

Ölüdeniz is one of the lagoon-type formations in Turkey. It got its name because of its stagnation. However, even though Ölüdeniz seems stagnant, it is constantly renewing itself for three reasons. The first of these is the intense spring water in Ölüdeniz, causing a current from the bottom of the sea to the open sea. Secondly, due to the salt differences at different levels created by the spring waters, it causes a continuous circulation inward and outward from the open sea. The third reason is that the sea rises and falls by half a meter on average every 2-3 days due to the formation of tides.

Oludeniz, which is called a paradise bestowed by God to the world, is a tourism center that has cost the world with its reputation that overflows the country. Oludeniz, which has a striking beauty, is not actually calm and motionless like its name. It is a tourism center where the summer months are full. 14 km from Fethiye. Oludeniz, in the distance, strikes you all of a sudden with its blue after the road stretching between the pines. When you walk the beach that lies in Belcekiz Bay, you see the unique Ölüdeniz. Ölüdeniz has a magically still sea… There is not even a single seaweed in the sea.

Ölüdeniz has a typical Mediterranean climate. In fact, the characteristic of this climate is long, hot and dry summers and short, warm and rainy winters. As transportation, it is possible to reach by land and air. Antalya, Izmir, Ankara and Istanbul etc. to the district of Fethiye. There are regular bus services from the places. In air transportation, it is 75 km from Ölüdeniz. away from Dalaman Airport or 220 km. You can choose Antalya Airport, which is far away.

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